The other reviews are absolutely correct. I had a dead Frigidaire oven board. My local appliance parts store recommended these guys. Good call! Since the part is no longer made my choices were $2000+ new oven or a less than $200 parts fix. Within a week my oven was working again. Thanks!
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GE double oven failed. Service guy: it's the board, you'll have to replace the oven. 2nd opinion - same. Cost to replace - $2,500 FixYourBoard cost to repair - $200 (including shipping a large object) Works great!
78ceab2ff9f7efe26a2849e19dce1c4bad9dc5c27cb8d4f1dd61b66ef0710865 Roy G.
Grand Junction, CO source
100% Excellent Service. They fixed the oven controller in our six year old, $2000 40" Kenmore Elite Dual Fuel stove. Sears and the maker, Frigidaire, said the part was no longer available and we'd have to replace the whole stove. In less than a week FixYourBoard repaired the dim display, had it back in our hands and we were using the range. FixYourBoard also replaced two critical relays which are prone to fail as well. The whole repair, with optional expedited service and shipping, was about $300. That is very reasonable given the alternative of much more costly replacement. Now the display is brighter than it ever was!
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Huntington Beach, CA source
After being told by Frigidaire that my oven/range was useless, fixyourboard received, repaired and returned (in a week) the motherboard. For $160 my 8yr old $2000.00 oven works again. They were super helpful, informative and incredible speedy. I am so grateful I found them on a bad review of my oven on Amazon.
When our 8-year-old Frigidaire oven stopped heating (bottom element wouldn't go on) and replacing the element didn't help, we deduced that the control board was malfunctioning. So we called the appliance store we got it from. The CR rep had the nerve to snort at my problem, declaring our oven "really old," and he said that they no longer made the control boards for that oven -- I would have to "call around" to get one from a "graveyard." (Seriously? Does Frigidaire expect only band-new ovens to require replacement parts? Because that's appalling!) One local repair shop confirmed that they could lay hands on a board and fix the oven for around $500. I was utterly horrified, but then I found "FixYourBoard.com" online. A call to them reassured me that they'd likely fix it for a mere fraction of the $500 the local dudes wanted. True to their word, they mailed our control board back to us in good time, faulty component replaced and a couple of other ones still working but "prone to failure" also replaced. Our oven is heating properly and we're giddy that we saved ourselves hundreds of dollars. Tip: Take pictures of your control board before you remove it -- makes it easier to reattach all the colored wires back properly later (and of course unplug your oven before tinkering with it). But, really, the whole thing was a cinch. I know nothing about electronics and I pulled the whole thing off easily. You may find it reassuring to watch videos of control board replacements on YouTube before you do it.
Thought I would give them a thumbs up. I have a 10 year old Frigidaire oven and the board went out. Frigidaire no longer provides that part so I was looking at replacing the oven. Found out it would cost me 1800 dollars for a new oven!! Paid 900 10 years ago. Appliance parts store told me about Fixyourboard, they repaired it for 170 dollars. Oven works great!! Thanks guys
I sent my Electrolux / Frigidaire wall oven board that quit working to FIXYOURBOARD for repair, along with a check for $160.00.
The refurbished board arrived in about 6 days.
I installed the board and set the bake function to check it. The bake element did not cycle with the broil element to heat quickly, only the broil element was functioning.
I called and Megan was very helpful, telling me that Daniel would call me back to help me diagnose the board issue, if it was the refurbished board.
This was a Friday, and when Daniel called me back, I did not have a Multimeter to test with, so I said I would purchase one and call back on Monday, which I did.
I gave this company the benefit of the doubt, because it would be foolish if they would just send the board without testing or even offer the 2 year warranty.
Daniel helped me diagnose that it was indeed my bake element and not the refurbished control board. It turned out that the wire to the bake element had burned the connector clear through.
Had it not been for Daniel, I would not have found this out. (I could have also had a fire) I spliced new wire to the bake element, and turned the breaker back on.
The control board worked perfectly! I am really glad that this company is able to refurbish boards. This wall oven was less than 10 years old, which is a sad testament to the appliance manufacturers.
Thanks to Daniel and Megan for their terrific customer service. I would recommend that you give it a try if you are able or want to fix your own appliances, instead of having to replace them every few years.
Thanks Megan & Daniel!